Teal Coffee Pour Over | Coffee Dripper | Handmade Ceramic | Pourover #3dayweekendhumor
Teal Coffee Pour Over | Coffee Dripper | Handmade Ceramic | PouroverThis handmade ceramic coffee pour over (coffee dripper) is the way to go! It's in two parts, the ceramic coffee pour over (4-1/2" tall), then a pitcher (5-1/2" to 5-3/4" tall, holds 20 oz.) for pouring. I threw both on a pottery wheel, and glazed them in joe's green, with a wax resist scallop pattern to expose the clay.To make pourover coffee, set a coffee filter in the pourover, add coffee grounds (the amount depends on how strong you like your coffee), pour boiling water over it, then let it drip. It's GOOD COFFEE. My pourover coffee is my weekend ritual and I also keep one at work for when I need the strong stuff, so that's like every day.Live in or near Minneapolis? Send me a message and I can update the ship method before you buy it. You can then pick it up at my home in Northeast Minneapolis, rather than pay for shipping it.~~~Throwing Pots as the Children SleepI like my ceramics very functional—I live with two kids, so I don't make bowls that can be easily tipped over and spilled. I also live with a glorious but obnoxious cat named Roger (see my Instagram @nBaxterPottery for photos). So, I like my vases and more importantly, coffee mugs to have wider bases that he can't knock over. Everything I make is food-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.My forms are loose—I don't like anything to precise and I like my pots to exude a sense of humor, but I am not really sure how or if that translates to anyone. I don't want them to look too serious and I want you to be able to tell they are handmade.I throw my pots in my basement about every other night when it's my husband's turn to put the kids to bed. I glaze and fire them at Fired Up Studio in Minneapolis.Thank YOU for checking my shop out, favoriting my items, and of course making purchases. I REALLY appreciate it and each follow, favorite, and sale means A LOT.